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Numb Becomes Top Rock Video on YouTube


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In November 2018, Linkin Park's music video for Numb became the band's first video to amass 1 billion views on YouTube. It was the second rock song in history to achieve the feat, following November Rain by Guns N' Roses.

 

In April 2020, the video achieved yet another milestone - it has now passed November Rain for the most views of any rock video on YouTube. With November Rain sitting in the 1 billion, 333,000 range, Numb has now surpassed 1 billion, 350,000 views!

Congratulations to Numb! Next up for Linkin Park, In the End is over 955,000,000 views and rapidly approaching 1 billion itself, which will likely happen in 2020! Linkin Park will then become the second rock band on YouTube with two rock songs over 1 billion views - an amazing feat! Guns N Roses recently had Sweet Child O Mine reach 1 billion as well.

 

 

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22 hours ago, Cesar656 said:

That list makes you lose faith in humanity


Only if you don't consider pop music to be a valid art form. In the End was as much a reflection of the contemporary pop music landscape in 2001-2002 as a song like Hello or See You Again is of the contemporary pop music landscape over the past few years, and there were people saying the same thing about Linkin Park having top 40 success back then too. 🤷‍♂️

Anyway, if ITE keeps up its current rate it will hit a billion around the end of June.

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Something somewhere went wrong on this list and people who listen to crap to be honest. Back in the day songs meant something, and now? no ocmment on some of the songs on the list..

 

Also LP isn't even on Global Digital Artist Ranking, Spotify Charts or itunes. WHAT THE HELL?

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2 hours ago, Astat said:


Only if you don't consider pop music to be a valid art form. In the End was as much a reflection of the contemporary pop music landscape in 2001-2002 as a song like Hello or See You Again is of the contemporary pop music landscape over the past few years, and there were people saying the same thing about Linkin Park having top 40 success back then too. 🤷‍♂️

Anyway, if ITE keeps up its current rate it will hit a billion around the end of June.

More than Pop i think reggaeton is the problem. Normalizing mysoginistic songs seems absurd to me

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